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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter
Chapter 4: Rome. Dante and Papal government. taking the veil in high life. Kestner and Goethe. Cardinal Giustiniani. letter to Mr. Dana. Francis Hare. Sismondi. Mezzofanti. Alberti manuscripts. Lady Westmoreland. Mai. Vatican Library. Wordsworth and H. C. Robinson. Journal. January 16.—Mr. Bunsen lectured this morning on the Topography of Ancient Rome. . . . . In the evening I spent an hour quite agreeably at the Princess Borghese's, Mr. Ticknor went fre
the griffins of the frieze larger, than they are in that beautiful ruin in the Forum, because the proportions of the room required it.
March 1.—. . . . I went to Mr. Bunsen's lecture, which was still on the Forum.
In the evening I dined with Mr. Hare,
Francis, eldest brother of Augustus and Julius Hare, authors of Guesses at Truth. an English gentleman of fortune and high connections, who lives here for his health, and has his family with him. He is an accomplished, scholar-like person, a
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